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The Person Who Disrespect The PH National Anthem May Be Banned From Entering The Country

As a citizen of the Philippines we are educated on how to behave whenever we sing the National Anthem be it in school, any formal gathering, or a public place. It’s one way of observing respect to our dear country. Recently, Maria Sofia Love, a Filipino transsexual who currently lives in Los Angeles, California went viral because of her video of showing disrespect to the National Anthem of the Philippines.

Maria Sofia Love has been known years ago through the social media because of her quoted phrase “Pak para sa Ekonomiya!” and her status of being a transgender that earned a mix of an and ridicule from the netizens.

Maria Sofia Love performed a lewd choreography wearing a one-piece suit of the National Anthem, that instead of the ceremonial placing of the hand on the chest, she placed her hand on her crotch. Then she tried to move her hands to the rhythm of the song all the while laughing to what she is doing.


This earned lots of haters and bash from what she did. And this was addressed and featured on TV 5 on Raffy Tulfo’s Program. Raffy Tulfo talked with the Chief of Heraldy Section of the National Historic Commission, Mr. Teddy Atienza, and was asked what possible punishment can be given to this kind of disrespectful act towards the National Anthem.  It was mentioned that this kind of act can be punished as Persona non Grata, wherein if she is still a Filipino Citizen there is the the possibility of the cancellation of her passport or if she is not a Filipino Citizen she may be banned for visiting the Philippines.


The National Historical Commission submitted a letter to the Department of Foreign Affairs to address this issue and to ensure that this person, Maria Sofia Love, will face the charges that will be given against her.

Watch the video below:



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